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ACCT has shifted its banking activities to NMB.

Kindly be informed that ACCT has shifted its banking activities to NMB.
The following are banks details.
Bank: NMB
Branch: SINZA
Acc Name: ASSOCIATION OF CITIZEN CONTRACTORS TANZANIA
Acc No (Tsh) : 22210010340 ( this is for annual fee, and various
contributions issued in Tanzania Shillings - TSH)
Acc No (usd): 22210010345 (this is for study tour and various contributions
issued in United State Dollars - USD)
Escrow Acc - (TSH): 22210010341 (this is for saving capital investment for
establishing Wajenzi Bank)
Kindly be guided accordingly.
Best regards
Ms. ANGELA JOSEPH
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

STUDY TOUR IN SOUTH KOREA

Kindly be informed that the Indonesia Embassy together with the Ministry of Public Works and Housing of Indonesia invited ACCT to visit Indonesia during its study tour to South Korea.
To us we see this as a great honor and opportunity for our future plan on business as construction industry is concern. During the visit in Indonesia the delegation will get the opportunity to attend the largest Indonesia’s B2B exhibition (31st Trade Expo Indonesia 2016) to better explore the potentials and opportunities of business ventures and investment.
In view of the above fact our study tour will include two countries SOUTH KOREA and INDONESIA; there will be a top up of participation fee of USD 600 only which is the flight cost.
Therefore participation fee will be as follows:
MEMBERS – USD 4,900
NON MEMBERS – USD 5,400
I wish you good preparation for the tour with a note that the demand is too high therefore the first in first saved principle will apply. The deadline for confirmation is 15/8/2016.
Best regards
Ms. ANGELA JOSEPH
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Association of Citizen Contractors Tanzania (ACCT);
Kijitonyama; Chui street Plot no. 488; Block 10
P.O Box 14666; Dar es salaam; Tanzania;
Contact; +255 762 074 441
Email: info@acct.co.tz; Website: www.acct.co.tz

Govt adopts strategy to promote local contractors

The government has reiterated its commitment to reserve multi-billion shilling construction projects funded by the country’s taxpayers, for qualified local contractors.

This was said here over the weekend by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Works, Communications and Transport in charge of Works sector, Engineer Joseph Nyamhanga, when officiating at the opening ceremony of a two- day Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Association of Citizen Contractors Tanzania (ACCT).